Coronavirus Information and Home Study Resources

During this unprecedented and extraordinary period, we want to stay in contact with our students, parents and the wider school community via our website.  Our aim is to create a central hub, with information about the virus pandemic, pastoral advice and a wide range of resources to enable our young people to continue with their learning.

If you would like to contact us, please email school@haslingdenhigh.com

Messages from School

Key messages and information

Free School Meals

Information for families eligible for Free School Meals

Covid-19 Risk Assessment

Our Covid-19 Risk Assessment

Lancashire Coronavirus

Coronavirus information from Lancashire County Council

UK Government Announcements

Messages from the UK Government website

Learning From Home

Our core systems for accessing tasks set by teachers and our core school services.

Edulink One

Year 7: Homeworking tasks and key information for the whole school community

Show My Homework

Homeworking tasks – other years

RM Unify

RM Unify: Launch pad for different learning apps and Google services

Self Isolating?

Work for students self-isolating at home

General apps and websites for independent study

Seneca Learning

Online learning activities for KS3, GCSE and A Level

Free eBooks from Pearson

Free GCSE and A Level eBooks from Pearson Education

Khan Academy

Khan Academy: free online learning resources

BBC Bitesize

Resources for all KS3 subjects and most GCSE courses

Free Magazine Access

Free access to magazines (see Mrs Hurst’s email for details)

Bridging Units

Transition assignments for Year 11 students (password required)

Subject Specific Apps and Services

Online Library

Lose yourself in a book with our online library

Audible

All children’s audiobooks are available for free whilst schools is closed

English Mastery

Downloadable free resource books covering writing and poetry

Pobble 365

A new image is published each day as a basis for creative writing

Poetry By Heart

A wide selection of poetry covering different topics

The Children’s Poetry Archive

An archive of spoken poetry recordings

Corbett Maths

A range of videos and downloadable questions categorised by topic and predicted grade for GCSE students

Mathigon

Interactive maths resources that allow teachers and parents to track student progress and set activities

NRICH

Games and puzzles as well as mathematical-thinking and problem-solving questions

STEP Support Programme

For A Level Maths

The Maths Factor

Free Maths Resources from Carol Vorderman

Swift Playgrounds

Learn to code on your iPad with the free Swift Playgrounds app

Taking Care of Yourself and Others

Lancashire Mind

Lancashire Mind: mental health advice

Coping with change

Coping with change (from Mind England)

Digital Healthy Schools

Useful apps for health and wellbeing, curated by Digital Healthy Schools

Coronavirus - Childline

Activities and tips for young people

Coronavirus - NSPCC

Resources for parents and carers

Home Hygiene Advice

The International Scientific Forum on Home Hygiene is a leading scientific authority on home hygiene

Strength and Flex exercise plan

A five week exercise plan from the NHS

PE with Joe

Exercises with Body Coach Joe Wicks

Recent News

At the end of first full week back in school I would like to take this opportunity to thank both parents and students for their cooperation, understanding and support. This has played a significant part in ensuring that the wide range of protocols and systems we have put in place […]

I hope you and your family have enjoyed the summer break and you are looking forward to your child(ren) returning to school in September. I fully understand many students, and their parents, may be feeling anxious about returning school, and I would like to reassure you that we continue to […]

I am aware that a number of you are finding it difficult to access the presentation providing transition advice in readiness for September on some devices. We have now made it available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/NyTBvPaa8YI We are all excited at the prospect of welcoming our new Year 6 into school […]

­­­ There is no doubt this academic year has been exceptionally difficult for a wide variety of reasons, not least the current pandemic which has seen many students having to work from home since before Easter. This has presented significant challenges for teachers, students and parents and we have tried […]